copulative definition

  • adjective:
    • Grammar Serving to get in touch coordinate terms or clauses: a copulative conjunction.
    • Grammar Serving as a copula: a copulative verb.
    • Of or regarding copulation.
    • Of or pertaining to copulation
    • that acts as a copula
    • that connects the topic of a clause with its complement
    • providing to couple, unite, or connect.
    • syntactically connecting sentences or elements of a sentence
    • Grammar Serving in order to connect coordinate terms or clauses: a copulative combination.
    • Grammar Serving as a copula: a copulative verb.
    • Of or associated with copulation.
    • Of or pertaining to copulation
    • that will act as a copula
    • that links the main topic of a clause featuring its complement
    • Serving to couple, unite, or connect.
    • syntactically connecting sentences or elements of a sentence
  • noun:
    • Grammar A copulative term or number of words.
    • link
    • A copulative conjunction.
    • Connection.
    • A copulative combination.
    • A copulative conjunction. Connection.
    • a person who copulates.
    • an equating verb (eg `be' or `become') that links the topic with all the complement of a sentence
    • Grammar A copulative term or band of words.
    • link
    • A copulative conjunction.
    • Connection.
    • A copulative combination.
    • A copulative conjunction. Connection.
    • One who copulates.
    • an equating verb (such as for example `be' or `become') that links the subject using the complement of a sentence
  • others:
    • Uniting or coupling; serving to unite or couple.
    • Relating or related to copulation.
    • Uniting or coupling; providing to unite or few.
    • Relating or with respect to copulation.

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